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1995 Dodge Dakota won't start in park. the electrical all seems fine when I turn the ignition but it won't turn over or click or anything. I put it in neutral and it starts right up and runs fine

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The neutral/park switch needs to be adjusted.

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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